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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay

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  1. Goodbye after a long day!

    Thanks for your company today on another strange day in Scottish football as Celtic edge closer to another league title yet find themselves barracked by their fans. Dundee United get a similar reaction at the other end of the table.

    Next up, Hibernian host Dumbarton on Tuesday as they try to rekindle their Championship promotion campaign while champions Rangers face Livingston. 

  2. Celtic view

    You can now read Tom English's view of another poor performance by Premiership leaders Celtic - a 1-1 draw at home to Ross County.

  3. Dundee United manager Mixu Paatelainen

    "Kilmarnock losing just before us obviously meant more to Hamilton than our boys.

    "This was a chance for us to put pressure on Kilmarnock, but we were nowhere near the intensity and desire to get on the ball and I am really disappointed with that.

    "It is not good enough. It is a long season and you get what you deserve.

    "It is very hard to win consistently when you lose your individual battles, but if that aggression does not come naturally, it is very difficult to change."

  4. Celtic manager Ronny Deila

    On BBC Radio Scotland

    "Of course it is tough for the players to get that reaction from the fans, but we did not perform well today.

    "The second half. there was not enough heart and energy in our play.

    "But, with Aberdeen having lost on Friday, we are now nine points ahead and we have only lost three games in 34.

    "We need to stay together, get over the line and we are only three points away from a fifth championship in a row. 

    "I talk to Peter Lawwell all the time and it is not the first time he has been in the dressing-room."

  5. Hamilton Accies player-manager Martin Canning

    On BBC Radio Scotland

    "That was us back to our best in terms of pressing the game and performance.

    "Under the pressure we were under, it was great.

    "Individually, they all performed well.

    "Every game has been big recently and next week would be huge if we can make sure we stay in the Premiership."

  6. Celtic mystery

    Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has apparently gone into the dressing-room after the game. Rather unusual - and intriguing.

  7. Where's Ronny?

    We are still waiting for the managers, including Celtic manager Ronny Deila and Dundee United's Mixu Paatelainen, to emerge for their post-match interviews.

  8. Fuming Killie boss

    Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark has been left angry at Conrad Balatoni's error, which helped Caley Thistle back into the game at Caledonian Stadium.

  9. Match reports

    You can now read Martin Dowden's account of Inverness Caledonian Thistle's 3-1 win over Kilmarnock and Brian McLauchlin's report from Tannadice, where Dundee United slumped to a 3-1 defeat by Hamilton Accies.

  10. Post update

    Tom English

    BBC Sport Scotland at Celtic Park

    Quote Message: This club need to wake up. If Aberdeen improve, if Hearts improve, if Rangers spend a bit of money, they can light a fire under Celtic
  11. Tannadice trauma

    Angry Dundee United fans are gathering outside Tannadice demanding to talk to chairman Stephen Thompson.

  12. Post update

  13. Dens of iniquity

    United could now be relegated a week on Monday when they face city neighbours Dundee. 

  14. FT: Dundee United 1-3 Hamilton Accies

    There were emotional scenes at Tannadice as tearful United midfielder John Rankin embraced some fans in the stand.

    It seems that, although they can still avoid relegation arithmetically, United are now resigned to their relegation fate.


    Dundee United 1-3 Hamilton Accies

    Their superb victory means Accies cannot be caught by their hosts and are safe from automatic relegation.

    They are now also seven points clear of second-bottom Kilmarnock, who lost earlier away to Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

    For United, their season is petering out in dismal fashion and they remain eight points behind Killie and are almost certainly going to be playing in the Championship next season. 


    Celtic 1-1 Ross County

    County, who knocked them out of the Scottish League Cup, do their best again to spoil Celtic's season.

    The point moves Celtic nine points clear of Aberdeen at the top of the Premiership and, mathematically, they only need four more points to retain the title, but the boos from the fans at the end tell their own story and that's why manager Ronny Deila will be leaving the club this summer.

  17. Celtic 1-1 Ross County

    Quote Message: I am shocked today. I thought there would be a reaction for the manager, for the fans and after last week's result. That is normally the Celtic way, but this has been awful from Former Celtic goalkeeper Pat Bonner On BBC Radio Scotland
    Former Celtic goalkeeper Pat BonnerOn BBC Radio Scotland
  18. GOAL

    Dundee United 1-3 Hamilton Accies (Simon Murray)

    Dundee United to their credit are fighting to the end, and Simon Murray gets some scant reward for their efforts with a late consolation, lobbing the ball over goalkeeper Michael McGovern.  

  19. Celtic 1-1 Ross County

    Celtic continue to stumble ineligantly towards retention of the Scottish Premiership title. It looks like there is no great hunger from the players to send manager Ronny Deila off with a flourish.

  20. Get Involved @BBCSportScot

    W.A.T.P: "@BBCSportScot bye bye Utd lol"

    Roger Mitchell: "@BBCSportScot there is no glory in winning this league this year. Poor versus rubbish."

    Jonny McFarlane: "@BBCSportScot no excuses for the Dons, will never have a better chance and they have declined."

    gordoneddie @gordie79

    @BBCSportScot: "Mixu Paatelainen - time's is up along with half the team."

    Roger Mitchell: "@BBCSportScot one could hazard an opinion that the best two teams in Scotland will contest the Scottish Cup final."